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literature reflections spelling language Logan Fear per. 3

1.
1. The exposition of this story is where they introduce the main character Mindy and her small village Tommu, and their traditions.

2. In the rising action the village Tommu runs out of food and many people are dying.

3. In the climax Mindy and and some other men from her village descend from Tommu and head to the forest for food.

4. In the falling action when they go to the jungle instead of being the predators they’re the prey and it’s a race to kill for food and stay alive.

5. In the resolution only 3 people make it out of the jungle one woman and two men, they each have 50 pounds of meat the most meat the village has ever had.

2. My thinking changed because i thought they go into the jungle and in the picture i believe they go into a cave.

3. King Herod relates to this story because maybe someone in this story wants a boy and keeps having girls and keeps killing his wives.

4.This man in the picture is one of the three last survivors, he is important to our story because he’s the youngest man to catch the most meat and people in the village look up to him.

5. If this was a movie I think jaws music or some type of music to build tension.

6. collaborate: put together
commend: I think commend means to command
comply: I think comply means to work or combined with others.
diatribe: I think diatribe is a type of tribe or village.
impudent: I think impudent means snotty or have attitude.
proposition: I think proposition means the be suspicious.
provisions: I don't know what provisions means.
ransom: I think ransom means throw together; messy. Logan Fear
Exercise 10

1. believe. declarative
2. Arizona. declarative
3. Arizona? interrogative
4.awesome! exclamatory
5. it. imperative
6. too. declarative
7. see. declarative
8. them? interrogative
9. Arizona. declarative
10. places? interrogative


Review G

1. Matt and Charlie both play basketball.
2. Matt play the piano and dance at the same time.
3. Charlie wrote a play last night.
4. Can Charlie and I ask you a question?
5. Charlie, can you dance and sing at the same time?
6. Charlie’s buzzer beater shot won us the game!
7. Charlie run around the block now.
8. Charlie ran and sung around the block.
9. Charlie is a very good singer as well as dancer!
10. Charlie and Matt are both very good singers and dancers. Logan Fear

petrified- adj. The word petrified means one is so frightened they’re are unable to move.
When I say the movie Jaws I was petrified of swimming in the ocean.
You could also use the word petrifying- verb, Petrifying is the act of making one so frightened they’re unable to move. I was hiding in the woods jumping out at kids, petrifying them.


nutrients-noun, A substance that provides nourishment essential for growth, and the maintenance of life. Milk has many nutrients. Another word is nutritious adj, which is nourishing. Food like spinach is nutritious.


omitted-verb, leave out or exclude. I omitted james from our group. Another word is omitting which means the act of leaving someone out, verb


acquired-verb, means to buy or obtain for oneself. I acquired a book at the bookstore. another word is acquirable- adj, means to become owner of, I am acquirable to that car over there. Logan Fear


1.potatoes
2.separating
3.harvesting
4.contained
5.programing
6.refused
7.omitted
8.produced
9.acquired
10.abilities
11.submitted
12.justified
13.forbidding
14.petrafied
15.neutrients
16.resources


Name: Logan Fear
Date:September 17, 2012

What lesson was taught in class?Lesson L.8.2.c. was taught in class. This statement should include something about “owning a word” since that was the lesson’s title.

What standard was I working on?
I was working on spelling correctly.

What skill did I learn (define and explain it)?
I learned what each suffix means and how to properly use them, and also how to own the word take it apart put it back together.

How can I use this in my life?
I can use this in my life if I see a word with a suffix on it in a test or interview I can break the word apart and put it back together, so I understand the word fully, and complete the answer to the best of my ability.

Can I relate this to my faith?
I can relate this to my faith when reading the bible there are many words with suffixes maybe I will be able to recognize the suffix and that will help me understand the base word so I understand the word.

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4. masks and costumes are

5. flowers and teachers presented

6. knights and ladies return

7. maypoles and buildings bloom

8. wrestling and pole climbing attract

9. games dance and feasts highlight

10. floats and bandwagons add

KEY
Underline = complete subject
Bold=verb



Name: Logan Fear
Date:Sept. 18

What lesson was taught in class? Lesson W.8.4 was taught today in class.

What standard was I working on? the standard I was working on was to produce clear and coherent writing in which the development organization, and the style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.

What skill did I learn (define and explain it)?
I learned the skill of identifying complete subjects.

How can I use this in my life?
I can use this in my life from now in writing I will maybe be able to get extra points for using a complete subject, or I will be able to identify one on homework assignments.

Can I relate this to my faith? I will be able to find the complete subject and predicate in a prayer.

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Potato chips and cupcakes are bad for you.
Uncle Jim, Aunt Sue and my cousin Jake went to Jamaica on vacation.
Beth and Kendra read very slowly.
The boots by the door and the flip-flops in the living room need to be put away.
Neither the boots by the door nor the flip-flops in the living room will be here any more if you don’t put them away.
Neither a tall man nor a short man lives in that house.
Neither wind nor rain nor sleet nor hail can stop the US Postal Service from delivering the mail.
Neither the rugs downstairs nor the carpet upstairs has been vacuumed.
Either you or your brother is going to be punished.
Either the chicken or the beef in the freezer needs to be thawed for dinner tonight.
Either the matches or the candles caused the fire.
Either a rat or the gerbil keeps chewing up all my socks!
Everything on the bed and everything in the closet was organized in under an hour.
Nobody in the bank and nobody in the store saw the accident.
Anyone soccer team and anybody on the basketball team is eligible for the scholarship.



Underline- complete subject
Bold=verb
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Ransom was needed for the two young men to set off to a new city.




And in order to get they money they kidnapped a kid, the son of Ebenezer Dorset.




Now they command two thousand dollars for his return.




So they decided to write a note to Ebenezer Dorset to receive their ransom.




Ole man Ebenezer sends a letter back about how they will have to pay him two hundred and fifty dollars to bring him back.




Mean man Ebenezer took him back but the boys had to give him his two hundred and fifty dollars. Sept. 21, 2012

During the time Mrs. Frohwein has been here I have learned a lot. She is very good at what she does. Her teaching abilities are very high.
Mrs.Frohwein is a great teacher she has taught me a ton about language, literature, and spelling. She has so many different ways to teach each student. She takes so much out of her day to help each student understand the lesson and get a better grade. She works her hardest to push each of us students to be successful and work to our highest potential.
Mrs. Frohwein is a great teacher I wish she could teach us all year long! Exercise A

1. sentence.
2. sentence fragment. Just as Miguel entered the Korean restaurant the waiter asked him he would like something to drink.
3. sentence fragment. My step brother helped me with my language assignment.
4. sentence.
5. sentence.
6. sentence fragment. Excited by the news Godfather was coming to Fort Dodge soon.
7. sentence fragment. I’ll meet you out back where the horses and stabled.
8. sentence.
9. sentence fragment. Jesse Owens, who won four gold medals in the 1936 Olympics died yesterday.
10. sentence.
Exercise B.
11. Mr. Adams gave me his old croquet set. This is the complete predicate.
12. Why did that large, new boat sink on such a clear day? This is the complete subject.
13. Trees and bushes all over the neighborhood had been torn out by the storm. This is the complete subject.
14. Walking to school, Bill was splashed by a passing car. This is the complete predicate.
15. My old bicycle with the drop-style handlebars is rusting away in the garage now.This is the complete predicate.
16. The creek behind my house rises during the summer rains. This is the complete subject.
17. Sandy’s little sister bravely dived off the high board at the community pool. This is the complete predicate.
18. Fridays and other test days always seem long to me. This is the complete subject.
19. My cousins and I played basketball and walked over to the mall yesterday. This is the complete predicate.
20. Does Max want another serving of spaghetti? This is the complete predicate.

Exercise C.


21.The sea horse is a very unusual kind of fish.-declarative


22.What a beautiful butterfly that is! -exclamatory


23.Can you believe that most polar bears don’t hibernate! -exclamatory


24.Daniel, find out how many miles per hour a rabbit can hop. imperative


25.Some jack rabbits can hop forty miles per hour! -exclamatory


26.That is not as fast as a cheetah can run, though.-declarative


27.The cheetah is the fastest land animal on earth.-declarative.


28.How fast can a cheetah run? - interrogative


29.A cheetah can run at a top speed of fifty to seventy miles per hour!-exclamatory


30.Wow, they could break the speed limit in some places!-exclamatory


Review D
.31. Charles de Gaulle was a famous French general and statesman.
32. Lille, de Gaulle’s birthplace, is a city in northern France.
33. Young de Gaulle served and fought in the French Army
before and during World War I.
34. As a soldier, he was loyal and courageous.
35. In World War II, he and the Free French Forces led French
resistance against the occupying Germans.
36. After World War II, de Gaulle hoped to retire from public life.
37. However, he returned to politics in 1958.
38. The French people twice elected him president.
39. A political crisis and low public support led to his resignation
in 1969.
40. Controversial at home and abroad, de Gaulle died in 1970.
highlighted words: subjects Underlined words: verbs Maggie, Logan, Michael 9-19-12 KEY bold=verb

arately.5.This year the wildcats won seven games and lost five.

6. During the special sale, shoppers arrive early at the mall in search for bargains.

7. Maria Montessori studied medicine in Italy and developed new methods for teaching children.

8. Jim Rice autographed baseballs and made a short speech.

9. General Lee won many battles but lost the war.

10. In the summer many students go to music camp or take music lessons.

2.Every Sunday, Sherri goes to the store and buys food for the week.
3.My cats lie around all day and run around all night.
4.Her husband fixes things that break around the house, irons better than she does, and bakes the best apple crisp you’ve ever tasted.
5.I either get a lot done during the day or do nothing at all.
6.The weekend either flies by or drags on forever, depending on what you’re doing.
7.The rain here either mists or drenches.
8.Someone either hit my car with a shopping basket or backed into it as they were leaving.
9.Stay or go; I don’t care which.
10.He neither wants nor needs to take a vacation.
11.They neither have the money nor want to give it to him.
12. Carol neither likes nor dislikes the wall color.
13. She neither eats nor drinks nor sleeps nor talks to anyone since he left.
14. We have neither seen each other nor spoken since our first date.


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Aaron, Art, Charles, and Cyril are the Neville Brothers.
The four brothers play different instruments and have their own individual styles.
They formed their act and performed together in 1977.


4. Before, then the brothers performed and toured sep
5. New Orleans is their hometown and has greatly influenced their music.

6.They grew up hearing music at home and found it everywhere.

7.New Orleans gospel sounds and jazz rhythms fill many of the brothers songs.

8.The four brothers have strong opinions and often sing about social issues.

9. Yellow Moon and Brother’s Keeper are two of their most popular albums.

10. The children and grandchildren of the Neville Brothers have now joined in the family’s musical tradition.

words in blue= subjects
words underlined= verbs Logan Fear
Exercise 10

1. believe. declarative
2. Arizona. declarative
3. Arizona? interrogative
4.awesome! exclamatory
5. it. imperative
6. too. declarative
7. see. declarative
8. them? interrogative
9. Arizona. declarative
10. places? interrogative


Review G

1. Matt and Charlie both play basketball.
2. Matt play the piano and dance at the same time.
3. Charlie wrote a play last night.
4. Can Charlie and I ask you a question?
5. Charlie, can you dance and sing at the same time?
6. Charlie’s buzzer beater shot won us the game!
7. Charlie run around the block now.
8. Charlie ran and sung around the block.
9. Charlie is a very good singer as well as dancer!
10. Charlie and Matt are both very good singers and dancers. 4. masks and costumes are

5. flowers and teachers presented

6. knights and ladies return

7. maypoles and buildings bloom

8. wrestling and pole climbing attract

9. games dance and feasts highlight

10. floats and bandwagons add 1. believe. declarative
2. Arizona. declarative
3. Arizona? interrogative
4.awesome! exclamatory
5. it. imperative
6. too. declarative
7. see. declarative
8. them? interrogative
9. Arizona. declarative
10. places? interrogative


Review G

1. Matt and Charlie both play basketball.
2. Matt play the piano and dance at the same time.
3. Charlie wrote a play last night.
4. Can Charlie and I ask you a question?
5. Charlie, can you dance and sing at the same time?
6. Charlie’s buzzer beater shot won us the game!
7. Charlie run around the block now.
8. Charlie ran and sung around the block.
9. Charlie is a very good singer as well as dancer!
10. Charlie and Matt are both very good singers and dancers. 1. The topic of the sentence is about the ocean roll on plants. The topic sentence is In the sun’s family of plants, the earth is unique in it’s possession of oceans.

2.The topic of this sentence is about a lady that arrives in San Francisco with no luggage and lean. The topic sentence is I arrived in San Francisco. leaner than usual fairly unkempt, and with no luggage.

3. The topic of this sentence is to tell about disabled people. The topic sentence is Although living with a disability can be difficult, many disabled people lead independent lives. A. Traits
B. Prediction
C. Comply
D. Predicate
E. Subject
F. Inference
G. Collaborate
H. Apparition
I. Commend
J. Irony
K. Suspense

To commend means to obey or conform to something such as a rule, law, regulation, or a wish.Comply
To comply means to praise somebody or something in a formal way.Commend
To Collaborate means to work with another person or group in order to achieve something.
Inference is a conclusion drawn from evidence or reasoning.
Apparition is an appearance of a supposed ghost or something ghostly.
Irony means incongruity between what actually happens and what might be expected to happen, especially when this disparity seems absurd or laughable.
Traits is a characteristic or quality that somebody.
Suspense means a feeling of tense excitement about how something such as a mystery novel or movie will end.
To make a prediction is to say what is going to happen in the future, often based on present indications or past experiences.
Predicate is a word or combination of words, including the verb, objects, or phrases governed by the verb that make up one of the two main parts of a sentence.
A subject is the part of a sentence or utterance, usually a noun, noun phrase, or equivalent, that the rest of the sentence asserts something about and that agrees with the verb. The subject typically performs the action expressed by the verb. "She" and "The dog" are the subjects of "She gave me the book" and "The dog was found asleep" respectively.
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Exercise 5

1.Choose one of the topics listed below and list at least five details that would need to be included in a paragraph about it.
a. the Boston Tea Party- Who did it, Why they did it, When they did it, How they did it, Why is was it important
b. my happiest moment :What was your happiest moment, Why it was so important, Who was there, Where was it, Who was there


2.List at least five steps to explain the process involved in completing each task.
a. how to make a sandwich First Find Bread, Then find Turkey, Then mayo, then put the mayo on the bread, then put the turkey on the bread and enjoy
b. how to use the Web or library to find a book on dogs: First find a book, check on the library webpage if they have it, use the card catalog to see where it is at, find it, then check it out



3. Pick one of the following topics and list a chronological chain of causes and effects.
a. not getting enough exercise if you are not getting enough exercise you could then start to gain weight, when you start to gain weight you need to cut down your food or exercise more so you won’t get a heart disease or diabetes.
b. being tardy for class if you are tardy that means that one of your 2 tardies are gone, then if you get another one you will have to go to Saturday School.

Exercise 6
the inside of your dream house or apartment- The inside of my dream apartment from top floor to bottom. On the top floor I’d like to have my room a master bedroom, with a master bathroom. Down the stairs to the main floor I’d like a large living room and behind the living room a huge kitchen. In the corner of the kitchen a walk out door onto a deck, on the deck a hot tub and grill. If you go back into the living room and down the stairs in the basement which I would make my man cave. That would be my dream house top floor to bottom.


Exercise 7:

1.The qualities that make a good friend. My ideas are listed
rom most important the least. You need a friend that now matter what will always be there and stand up for you. It’s always nice to know you can trust your friend. A good quality in a friends is someone nice and willing to help.
2.
Exercise 8

1. the difference between elementary school and middle school: in elementary school, you only have 1 teacher and you have to have line basics everywhere you go but in middle school you usually have 3 o 4 teachers.
2. things to consider when shopping for school clothes things to consider is there a uniform, is there any specific uniform violations you should be aware of , and what are most kids wearing
3. good pets and bad pets: good pets don’t bite, listen to you , and are easy to train, bad pets are naughty, bite a lot, and can run away.


Exercise 9
however
first
then
as a result
when
when he arrives Logan Fear per. 4 Oct. 2



Exercise 10

My day is jammed packed with activities. I wake up very early, eat a homemade breakfast, and go to school. Once in the classroom I am on a very, very tight schedule. Each class has it’s own routine. I’m glad when lunch comes it’s the only time of the day I have to relax. However, all too soon lunch is over and i'm back in the classroom for the rest of the long day. When school is out I have to walk all the way home,when I get home I eat, do my homework, and head to bed. The next day I do it all again. 1. Describe the narrator in detail. What is your first impression of him? The narrator is very exact and descriptive. I like the author he is very precise which makes it easy to picture in my head.

2. What specifically is it about the old man that troubles the narrator? Why does it trouble him? The old man’s eye troubles the narrator. Every Time the old man looks upon him his blood runs cold.

3. What does the narrator do every night? Why? The narrator goes into the old man’s room every night. The narrator goes into the old mans room every night to see if his evil eye was open.

4. How does the narrator feel after he commits the murder? Is he worried about being caught? After the narrator kills the old man hes fairly calm until the cops come, when the cops come for the first part he is very calm and has the cops sold he didn't do anything. As time went on he keep hearing noises that the cops did not hear, the narrator could not take it anymore and told the cops he committed murder and where the body was located.

5. Why does the killer confess? The killer confesses to the cops that he killed the old man and where he put the dead body.

6. Name 3 details, descriptions, or actions that the author uses to create an atmosphere of horror. One detail that creates and an atmosphere of horror is when the cops ask to come in a sit down and chatter. Another act of horror is when the narrator swings the chair above his head. The third act of horror is when the narrator admits where he put the body.
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Logan Fear
Mrs. Frohwein
Literature
9-25-12


Edgar Allen Poe:The Tell Tale heart
I have listened too and read the story Tell Tale Heart by Edgar Allen Poe. The author Poe is a very descriptive writer, he makes it easily pictured in your head. I also think that Edgar Allen Poe has written an extremely interesting story with a lot of detail. I liked the book and was glad I had the chance to read it!
The story Tell Tale Heart and the video are very much the same. It contains the same characters, the narrator and the old man. The story has the same plot structure except for the ending. In both stories the narrator decides to take the life of the old man because of his eye. The narrators claims that the eye looked like the eye of a vulture in both of these versions of the story. The narrator went into the old man's room every night just past midnight for seven days. Every time the narrator looks at the old man’s eye it was always closed. On one of the nights he wakes the old man. The old man is very startled by this and let’s out a couple groans.
The ending in the story is much different from the ending in the video. In the video it ends by the old man convincing himself into thinking the noise was just a mouse or the chimney and he never realizes the narrator was there.
In the story we read the old man gets up out of bed and looks around. His heart starts pumping so hard it explodes. The narrator cut off his head then arms and finally his legs, the narrator then took up planks from the floor laid the body there then covered the floor the exact same way it had looked. In the story cops also stopped by because of a complaint. The cops look around and are convinced nothing had happened just then the narrator kept hearing thing which the didn’t hear. After awhile he could not hold it in anymore and he confessed he had committed murder. The narrator tore up the floor and showed the cops the body.
I really enjoyed both stories! Poe is a great author, I like the descriptiveness he used, it makes the story easier for me to pictured. By listening to the story I got a better understanding on the story. I liked the book story more because of the ending really tied the book up nice. This was a great story I hope we read more Poe this year.
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What lesson was taught in class? summarizing edgar allan Poe

What standard was I working on? The standard we were working on was to Analyze the extent to which a filmed or live production of the story or drama stay faithful to or departs from the text or script, evaluating the choices made by the directors or actors.

What skill did I learn (define and explain it)? to compare and contrast a book version with an audio version that reads the book to us. We first read the story and then we listen to the audio version. I found that this skill of reading and listening could be combined to to both at the same time.

How can I use this in my life? I can use this by listening and reading to understand the story better.

Can I relate this to my faith? I could maybe look up a homily and read it over a couple times until I understand it.
22/28 Watch the sentence structure and the complete sentences. Logan Fear per. 4 Oct. 2



Exercise 10

My day is jammed packed with activities. I wake up very early, eat a homemade breakfast, and go to school. Once in the classroom I am on a very, very tight schedule. Each class has it’s own routine. I’m glad when lunch comes it’s the only time of the day I have to relax. However, all too soon lunch is over and I'm back in the classroom for the rest of the long day. When school is out I have to walk all the way home,when I get home I eat, do my homework, and head to bed. The next day I do it all again. Logan Fear Oct. 8

1. arrested
2. improved
3. included
4. irrigated
5. inspection
6. insisted
7. illustrated
8. advice
9. approved
10. agreable
11. investigated
12. announcement
13. impressed
14. accomplished
15. affectionate
16. irresponsible
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